New Carlisle United striker Jack Stretton made his mark for Derby County in the Championship early last season.

The young frontman scored his first senior goal for the Rams in a Championship clash with Peterborough United.

Stretton fired home after a corner after being handed his chance by boss Wayne Rooney:

His impressive finish came in a 2-1 defeat in a season which saw the Rams relegated to League One amid serious financial troubles.

Stretton previously had a loan spell at Stockport County in the 2020/21 season.

And his first goal for the National League club came on his debut in a 5-0 win over Solihull Moors in March.

He wrapped up the scoring late on with this close-range finish...

Stretton went on to get the winner in his next game against Barnet.

After ex-Carlisle man Alex McQueen had levelled the scores for the visitors, Stretton came off the bench to score this deflected effort from a narrow angle to claim a 2-1 win.

Stretton's third goal in five games then came in a 2-1 win at Aldershot, when he was played in by former Blues striker Paddy Madden, rode a tackle and fired home: